Today we see that fantasy capitalization syndrome can ruin a good story.
Today we see that major story motives have to be convincing or readers won’t buy into the crisis that drives the plot.
Today we see that tiny issues may not bust immersion, but when they gather in sufficient number, the colossus they form is plenty big enough to get the job done.
Today we are reminded how important it is for authors to actually visualize the scenes they’re describing.
Today we see that characters should not have information that the physics of their situation denies them.
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